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50 Subtle Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

Best Life Logo By Lauren Gray of Best Life | Slide 1 of 51: Most doctors worth their weight in medical degrees agree that by maintaining a balanced diet, leading an active lifestyle, and scheduling regular checkups, you’re on the right track when it comes to your health. But the truth is, healthy living can only do so much—the next best option is knowing our bodies well and recognizing when something isn't right. Unfortunately, that's easier said than done—because in those early stages, when intervention is typically most successful, the signs of serious health issues are also the most subtle.Whether you’ve noticed changes to your mood, sleep patterns, weight, or even your handwriting, recognizing these near-silent symptoms in time can clue you in to potentially-serious sicknesses. In fact, doing so might even save your life. And for more ways to maintain your health, make sure you know these 20 Surprising Cancer Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore.

50 Subtle Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

Most doctors worth their weight in medical degrees agree that by maintaining a balanced diet, leading an active lifestyle, and scheduling regular checkups, you’re on the right track when it comes to your health. But the truth is, healthy living can only do so much—the next best option is knowing our bodies well and recognizing when something isn't right. Unfortunately, that's easier said than done—because in those early stages, when intervention is typically most successful, the signs of serious health issues are also the most subtle.

Whether you’ve noticed changes to your mood, sleep patterns, weight, or even your handwriting, recognizing these near-silent symptoms in time can clue you in to potentially-serious sicknesses. In fact, doing so might even save your life. 

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